Millicent


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Millicent

(MILLICENT) A lightweight, secure microcommerce application from Digital in the 1990s that was intended for transactions of very small monetary value on the Internet. The term stands for "one thousandth of a cent." See microcommerce.
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Aunt Millicent remarked it last time she was here, and I know how it would hurt me to see MY father in a broken glass.
Her daughter Jane Smith married Edward Kibbler in 1881, and their daughter Millicent wed William Hunt at the church in 1910.
Millicent Eidson,(*) Jim Miller,([dagger]) Laura Kramer,(*) Bryan Cherry,([dagger]) Yoichiro Hagiwara,(*) and the West Nile Virus Bird Mortality Analysis Group(1)
She was staying with her sister Millicent in Carntyne, Glasgow, when she watched her numbers come up on the National Lottery show.
In 1928, the first year when women in Britain could vote on the same terms as men, long-time suffrage leader Millicent Garrett Fawcett was in her eighties; when the British women's suffrage movement began, she had been too young to sign the Ladies' Petition, a plea to parliament to enfranchise women.
This is just one of the many times Ronnie has reinvented himself since his hey-day in the 50s and 60s, when he and first wife Millicent Martin were the Richard Burton and Liz Taylor of the singing world.
Waldock and Millicent Bell as to whether Adam and Eve are fallen before the fall.
For example, in the story "Real Life," Millicent, the protagonist, one of three former intimate friends, acknowledges her guilt for having once doubted the possibility of love and happiness.
Some of the directors Sadler represents include Kevin Bray, who directed two videos for the movie Juice, and Millicent Shelton, who directed the "Let's Talk About Sex" video for the rap group Salt N Pepa.
His talk will also remind CPCUs to not underestimate the strength of camaraderie that a professional network brings," says Millicent W.
GREAT, great-grandmother Millicent Watkins celebrated her 100th birthday with all the family recently - including her younger brother, 91, and 78-year-old daughter.
Steven Woolridge, aged 46, of Coundon, Coventry and Millicent Woolridge, aged 90, of Cheylesmore, were killed in Northamptonshire on December 20.